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The American Tribute Ride is a ride for 2, 3, or 4 wheels that pays tribute to Law Enfocement, firefighters, EMTs, and military.
Badger Honor Flights Donation
The American Tribute Ride committee was very honored to take some of our proceeds from the 2015 ride [$1,000.00] and donate to the Badger Honor Flights out of Madison. Pictured is Jim Bublitz accepting the check from Chair Ron Naab.
2018 American Tribute Ride
Saturday, July 28, 2018 Starting at Forest Junction Fire Department, ending in Boltonville.
Onsite Registration: 9:00 - 10:45 am. Opening Ceremony: 11:00 am. Kick Stands Up: 11:30 am. Register online using menu buttons on our website.
Lunch, Port-a-Potties at Every Stop, Completely Escorted. Dinner meal tickets Available for purchase.
Contact: Ron Naab - 262-629-9749 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Barb Pahl - 920-226-1829 / email@example.com
2019 ATR Stops are confirmed
The American Tribute Ride Committee is honored and very happy to announce we have made agreements with a number of fire departments to be rest stops for this year’s ride on July 27. Following is the list: Registration and Opening Ceremony at Lamartine Fire Department [Fond du Lac County on […]
Wrap up for 2018 Ride
At the recent wrap up meeting for the 2018 American Tribute Ride committee funds were disbursed for those entities the ride supports. Following is a list of those receiving funds: Wisconsin Chapter of Concerns of Police Survivors Wisconsin State Firefighters Memorial Stars and Stripes Honor Flights Wisconsin Veterans Housing and […]
2018 AMERICAN TRIBUTE RIDE WAS A SUCCESSFUL
“It was an honor to be part of this awesome event,” said Ann Naab, co-chair of the American Tribute Ride. She went on to state that the committee was very appreciative of all the fire departments and law enforcement agencies that helped keep the ride safe at the many intersections […]
MANY HELP MAKE THE AMERICAN TRIBUTE RIDE SUCCESSFUL
As we write this newsletter, we are about to embark from Forest Junction Fire Station for the 2018 American Tribute Ride. The ATR committee is grateful for the support and efforts put forth by the hosts of our stops in this 16th ride this committee has organized. Forest Junction FD […]
Sponsors for the 2018 American Tribute Ride
THANK YOU to the following companies and organizations for their support! Schuette’s Heating & Air Conditioning; Open Road Angels; Eagle Engraving; Sun Graphics; Property Loss Management; Mel Gullickson; Gordie Boucher Ford-West Bend; Ameriquip; Lakeside International Trucks; Professional Plating Inc.; TNT Rescue Tools; Rennert’s Fire Equipment Service. This year’s ride is […]
2018 American Tribute Ride Proves to be a Great Day
One of the new things available will be having the participants picture taken by a professional photographer—Carey Strupp Carpenter and put in a beautiful frame that the ATR committee has had commissioned. The Committee recently received some very nice donations for the live auction to be held at the end […]
Memorial Shirt Available
Bruce_12 in high American Tribute Ride·Thursday, June 14, 2018 As part of the 2018 American Tribute Ride we have had a special t-shirt designed to pay tribute to our dear friend and support for the the 14 years we were in existence as the Ride for Remembrance and then the […]
Final Donations Made from the 2017 ATR
On Friday, April 6th Ron and Ann Naab traveled to Central Wisconsin. First stop was at the King Veterans Center for our presenation of a $750.00 check Veterans Housing and Recovery Program. King is the home to 700 plus veterans and their spouses locate on the chain of lakes outside […]
The planning for the 2018 American Tribute Ride is well underway, ride chair, Ron Naab, proudly announced the location of a new starting point. “The 2018 ride will begin at the Forest Junction fire department in Brillion on July 28, 2018”. He also said “what an honor to work with […]
2017 American Tribute Ride is a Success
More than 140 participants in the American Tribute Ride (ATR) enjoyed near-perfect riding conditions from kickstands up through the end of the ride. This year’s ride began at the Wisconsin State Firefighters Memorial (WSFM) in Wisconsin Rapids. The ATR was greeted with enthusiasm along roads leading through small communities while […]